The Grants Manager is responsible for institutional fundraising for EPAK. Institutional funders: public foundations, community-based funders, private, corporate foundations, family foundations, major individual donors.
On behalf of domestic violence survivors and their families, this position is a new to the agency and will help CORA to support its clients in becoming self-sufficient. This position achieves this by identifying and stewarding housing providers (e.g., landlords, property owners) who will provide rental units at a discount for CORA clients. Housing Development functions will draw upon financial development and interpersonal engagement skills. In this capacity, this position will focus on engaging, developing, and growing current and potential housing providers and managing recognition events.
BroderickHaight Consulting is pleased to partner with Oasis For Girls in the recruitment of a dynamic, rising, youth empowerment and social justice leader as the new Executive Director to continue 20 years of successfully partnering with young women of color from under-resourced neighborhoods in San Francisco. The Executive Director will drive the growth and strength of our programs by building effective partnerships with key stakeholders; Support a diversified fundraising effort including individual and corporate donors, government and foundation support; Lead the staff, board, volunteers, community and supporters in raising revenues to sustain and current annual operations ($600K). Oasis’ next leader will be an individual of the highest integrity, a seasoned manager who is enthusiastic to fundraise, and a compelling advocate and representative of Oasis and its mission.
The Development Assistant supports the Development Department to implement all fundraising activities. The Development Assistant works closely with all members of the Development team and acts as a development ambassador to other departments.
This position is in the City Manager’s Office and receives general direction from the Economic Development Manager. The Downtown Coordinator’s primary function is coordinating a variety of tasks to implement the City’s efforts to support Downtown businesses and improve the customer experience in Downtown San Mateo.
This position is a non-exempt status, 40 hours per week, benefited position. Hourly salary is commensurate with experience, years of service and educational background. Employment with Footsteps Child Care, Inc. is at-will. Footsteps Child Care, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer. The Preschool Teacher reports directly to the Site Director.
This position is a non-exempt status, 40 hours per week, benefited position. Hourly salary is commensurate with experience, years of service and educational background. Employment with Footsteps Child Care, Inc. is at-will. Footsteps Child Care, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer. The Infant Toddler Teacher reports directly to the Site Director.
This position will focus primarily on Acton Family Giving and Solidarity Giving. The two donor advised funds have a yearly grantmaking budget of $25M, which is distributed through approximately 300 grants. The Grants Manager is responsible for grant-related administration and management. They design, implement, and monitor workflow processes and procedures for grantmaking, including the application, review, grants meeting, and award activities for the entities. The Grants Manager is also involved in the initial screening of potential grantees and monitoring ongoing grants. The Grants Manager works closely with grantees, staff, board members, and outside vendors to ensure the smooth operation of the donor advised funds.
The Financial Empowerment Coordinator performs a wide variety of administrative and consumer lending functions. Under limited supervision, the Financial Empowerment Coordinator will be responsible for efficiently performing all tasks involved in the daily operation of the DriveForward Vehicle Loan Program, and referring other financial services to our participants.
The purpose of this position is to provide legal advocacy services to victims/survivors of domestic violence with family law (restraining orders, divorce, child custody, etc.) and related criminal law issues. The Legal Advocate will provide legal information and referrals; assist in preparation of legal documents and correspondence; accompany clients to court proceedings; and assist with volunteer coordination.
In this role, you will be responsible for stewarding a portfolio of current and prospective major donors and deepening their engagement with Second Harvest Food Bank. Your relationship building skills and comfort with soliciting large gifts will lead you to meet and exceed annual revenue targets to help the Development team achieve the overall fundraising goal.
Sisters of Mercy is seeking Food Service Workers. The position is located in Burlingame, CA and will include a full benefit package. Performs a variety of kitchen duties as assigned in the preparation and serving of meals to Residents and guests. Follows established hand-washing procedures. At all times, follows kitchen safety guidelines and sanitary food preparation restrictions according to department and facility guidelines. Demonstrates respectful treatment of the dignity, privacy, and individuality of Residents, guests, and co-workers. Incorporates an understanding of Mercy mission and values into work performance.
Sisters of Mercy has housekeeping positions available. Experience with institutional housekeeping and janitorial skills in a hospitality or larger facility is desired. Duties include general cleaning of guest and conference rooms, hallways, windows, patio, bathrooms, and storage areas. Cleaning involves sweeping, mopping, vacuuming of carpets, dusting and emptying waste areas. Flexible schedule is required along with availability for weekend work.
The Housing Services Coordinator’s (Coordinator’s) priority is to lead, support and develop CORA’s team of Family Advocates in the Supportive Housing Department and to simultaneously hold a small case load of clients. The person in this position will have a passion for mentoring, training and supporting staff who are developing their skills. The Family Advocates supported by the Coordinator provide housing advocacy, case management and supportive services for domestic violence survivors and their families while they increase their self-sufficiency and transition into permanent housing.
Reporting to the Executive Director, the Human Resources Manager will develop and implement HR processes, procedures, and systems for employment practices that align with compliance and business objectives. This position will drive the evaluation and implementation of standard operating procedures and systems needed to build infrastructure. This position is also responsible for the full cycle employee administration, HR compliance/policies and daily operations of the HR department. This position is an ideal opportunity for an HR professional to grow into a Senior Leadership role.
Responsible to recruit, screen and train new volunteer counselors for San Mateo HICAP.
To provide technical assistance to child care and preschool program operators seeking to expand or open new programs in San Mateo County, under the umbrella of the Build Up initiative – a new initiative designed to grow and improve the supply of child care and preschool facilities in San Mateo County.
Under the leadership of the Director of Development, the Development Coordinator will be responsible for ensuring the administrative operations of the department related to the identification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of individual, foundation, corporate prospects and donors, and special events. This role will also take the lead on the continued development and organizing special events, liaising with program staff on Club events, relationships with program staff, and administrating grants.
The Director of Case Management (DCM) is responsible for leadership of Caminar’s San Mateo regional case management programs (REACH, FSP, New Ventures, WRAP) as well as its supported housing services. The DCM is a member of the regional senior leadership team and is responsible for the development and implementation of policies and programs that will contribute to overall success. The DCM acts as a liaison with government agencies, the community and the public relative to funding, contracts and delivery of services. The DCM supervises staff both directly and indirectly through intermediary supervisors.
This position is responsible for managing day-to-day accounting operation that must be in compliance with GAAP, (CFR) PART 200, government and donor requirements, and with organization’s policies and procedures. The Accounting Manager is also responsible for tracking, reporting, and monitoring grant, contract and foundation activity. This includes reporting all the fiscal elements of child development, older adult and financial empowerment programs. The Accounting Manager ensures that all finances are managed in accordance with the conditions of the grant, foundation or contract as well as the organization’s policies and procedures.